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Implementing strict selection of only the healthiest fruit, total de-stemming, and using separate tanks for each parcel of vines this wine is structured, powerful and compelling. Château Latour is ...
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66% Cabernet Sauvignon, 26% Merlot, 5% Petit Verdot and 3% Cabernet Franc Visuals - Light garnet color with red cherry reflections Taste - The attack is frank, round, with silky tannins and a nice freshness. ...
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RP97 The Wine Advocate - It is an exceptionally powerful wine with a dense purple color, superb intensity, and a beautiful, sweet nose of spring flowers, raspberries, blueberries, graphite, and creme de ...
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Color: Dense, deep, almost blackThe nose is still closed: black fruits, spices, chocolate.Complex palate, long, rich, powerful, cherry, cocoa, licorice, tobacco brown, pruneThis is a very big wine, full ...
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A champion of longevity, even when young Talbot is pleasant and rounded, ever distinguished by silky, mild and very civilized tannins. Talbot possesses an extraverted nature. It’s never withdrawn into itself, ...
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The wines of Chateau Leoville Poyferre are first distinguished by their considerable aromatic complexity ranging from red fruits, such as cherry, to mushroom for older vintages. Thanks to its terroir, Leoville ...
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80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc, 5% Petit Verdot. Average vine age is 37 years. In order to retain the advantage of older vines, the renewal of the vines is not done in lots, but periodically ...
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A big and powerful wine, with tannins that are compact and dense. The dryness of the tannins go right to the core, surrounded by chocolate, sweet fruit and dark berry flavors. The wine is well structured, ...
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The Wine Advocate - 98 Points - Another celestial effort from Paul Pontallier and Corinne Mentzelopoulus, the 2005 Margaux, a blend of 85% Cabernet Sauvignon and 15% Merlot, boasts a dense opaque blue/purple ...
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From the highest percentage of Merlot in the Left Bank, while there are no faults in the wine, there is no real character or personality either. This is a wine to drink on the young side. The wine ws produced ...
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Truffle, tobacco, fresh picked blackberry and earthy notes open to a medium/full bodied wine that hovers on the austere, or should I say, classic side of the style range. With 3 hours of air, the wine softened, ...
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An exceptional vintage with the earliest harvesting period of the century. The mellow tannin is further softened by the richness in alcohol and feeble acidity. The fruit is brilliant, intense and delicate. ...
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Deep, vivid purple with a beautiful bouquet of blackcurrant and notes of violets. The palate has plenty of fruit, smooth tannins and good acidity. Well structured and very elegant with finesse. The finish ...
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80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc, 5% Petit Verdot. Average vine age is 37 years. In order to retain the advantage of older vines, the renewal of the vines is not done in lots, but periodically ...
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An exclusive blend of Cabernet Sauvignon (60%) and Merlot (40%), Barons Edmons Benjamin De Rothschild Haut Medoc is aged in French oak barrels for 12 months, according to the tradition established by the ...
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The many climates throughout France mean there are a wide variety of grapes grown in hundreds of growing regions. The country produces everything from red, white and rosé to sparkling, still and fortified. The grapes have been purposefully grown to pair well with food, a goal after our own hearts. French wine is often imitated but rarely exacted by other new world winemakers. It is the source of many grape varieties, practices and styles that have been used around the world.

France is big on linking its wine to the region of origin, as noted by its AOC label of origin. The emphasis on the growing region is reflected on the label where you are more likely to see this information than seeing the name of the grape. We make it easy for you to find a variety you will love without all of the advanced knowledge.

When you buy French wine, keep in mind quality and prices can be incredibly varied. Our selection includes options from every point in the spectrum from inexpensive cases to bottles of very high-end French wine. Browse our selection to find French wine for sale within a price range that works for you.

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